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  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Haleigh Wojnar, 13, center, helps fashion a toga out of sheets for Maggie Friel, 12, at front. McKenna Goggins, 12, looks on in back. The students performed a Greek skit as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    JFK Middle School 7th grader Haleigh Wojnar, 13, center, helps fashion a toga out of sheets for Maggie Friel, 12, at front. McKenna Goggins, 12, looks on in back. The students performed a Greek skit as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013.

    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Alex O'Boyle's project titled "Artemis" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    JFK Middle School 7th grader Alex O'Boyle's project titled "Artemis" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013.

    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Kennedy Jone's project titled "Medusa" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    JFK Middle School 7th grader Kennedy Jone's project titled "Medusa" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013.

    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Natalie Kaye's project titled "Demeter" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    JFK Middle School 7th grader Natalie Kaye's project titled "Demeter" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013.

    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Lydia Morrison's project titled "The Epidaurus Theater" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    JFK Middle School 7th grader Lydia Morrison's project titled "The Epidaurus Theater" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013.

    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Emily Dinh's project depicting Aphrodite rising from the sea is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    JFK Middle School 7th grader Emily Dinh's project depicting Aphrodite rising from the sea is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013.

    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Haleigh Wojnar, 13, center, helps fashion a toga out of sheets for Maggie Friel, 12, at front. McKenna Goggins, 12, looks on in back. The students performed a Greek skit as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Alex O'Boyle's project titled "Artemis" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Kennedy Jone's project titled "Medusa" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Natalie Kaye's project titled "Demeter" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Lydia Morrison's project titled "The Epidaurus Theater" is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • JFK Middle School 7th grader Emily Dinh's project depicting Aphrodite rising from the sea is displayed as part of the showcase, "A Celebration of Ancient Greece," held to to present projects and performances that culminate the 7th graders interdisciplinary study of ancient Greece on March 5, 2013. <br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
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